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>> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald a parade of ships and people. >> 9:45, 10:00 to stake out our space. >> reporter: if you even thought about driving -- >> it's crazy for parking. >> as an epic weekend pushes the city towards mac muslim capacity. >> we have been planning for a year or better. >> it's absolute madness in san
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francisco right now. and good evening, i'm ann notarangelo. busy doesn't even begin to sum up the weekend or the mood in san francisco at this hour. the fleet week airshow and america's cup have wrapped up for the day. the second day of hardly strictly bluegrass ends in about 30 minutes. so now it's all eyes on at&t park and that's where we find cbs 5 reporter elissa harrington. >> reporter: there is so much excitement here right now. you can hear people behind me here the chants of let's go, giants, from the ballpark. we just saw some fireworks, some fighter jets overhead and more than 41,000 fans are piling into at&t park for game one of the play-offs. they tell me a win is very important because it could set the tone for the post-season. now, this is a national league division series, the giants versus the reds. the giants have home field advantage for the first two games which are today and tomorrow. then they will head to cincinnati for the remaining
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games of a best-of-five series. pitcher matt cain will start on the mound tonight. these teams have faced each other 7 times this season with the reds winning four of the games. giants fans are confident that san francisco will win and are hoping for a repeat of 2010 when they went all the way. >> giants fans, play-offs had to come. >> matt cain on the mound it will be a good series start. >> reporter: fans didn't have a hard time getting into the ballpark despite the events happening in the city this weekend. buses and muni trains, however, were packed. most people i talked to took bart. some of them saying they had trouble finding parking at bart stations because so many were using that mode of transportation. but really, what a great night for a ballgame. and there's so much happening in the city that when people were in line they got a chance to see some of the blue angels fly over, as well. a lot of excitement. people still going inside and
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the game is starting in a cummins. >> thank you, elissa harrington. >> and we were warned and warned again about traffic heading into the weekend. so far no major problems. gianna franco has more from the traffic center. >> reporter: people certainly paid attention. they used mass transit. they walked and they used a lot of bicycles. in fact, we're going to show you some video we took earlier from chopper 5. look at the rows and rows of bikes at golden gate park. lots of people used that mode of transportation to avoid traffic tie-ups. so it worked out because it's lighter than usual for folks heading in and out of san francisco. now, a lot of the events are wrapping up now so we might see extra busy conditions. we'll run down a few. hardly strictly bluegrass festival ending in the next half hour so busier conditions along golden gate bridge right now 19th avenue as well as around golden gate park. embarcadero folks leaving for
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fleet week events for the day america's cup as well, northbound embarcadero is closed right lane only between washington and bay through tomorrow. giants and reds under way in the next few minutes so that's going to see some lighter conditions but still embarcadero may be busy especially after the game, as well. they do shut down king street in that area to kind of ease traffic. and apparently there's a lot of justin bieber fans out there. busy along 880, the concert happening at oracle tonight. here's' live look you can see at 880 loaded up on that southbound side. live look at the bay bridge right now as well which again it is lighter than usual heading in and out of san francisco. so that's the good news. again, 880 a little busy. >> thank you. fleet week always draws a crowd but this year it was a double billing with america's cup racing. cbs 5 reporter sharon chin is on the marina green. sharon. >> reporter: a lot of people will be taking public transportation leaving fleet week festivities. this is a record day for at least one transportation agency.
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[ jets ] >> reporter: the blue angels soared above marina green in afternoon just minutes away from the america's cup yacht races along the embarcadero. the embarcadero has been a traffic hotspot all day. tonight there's a giants game and on top of that the right- hand lane between washington and bay streets is off limits to cars. it is reserved for bicycles and emergency vehicles. major congestion hasn't jammed the golden gate and bay bridges as projected but traffic slowed down outside the bluegrass festival at golden gate park. overall spectators are following advice to take bicycles or mass transit. two familiesdrove from the east and south bay came hours early to avoid traffic. did you encounter any traffic anywhere? >> not at all. it was actually really good. i think people listened to the warnings and they stayed off the roads. >> there's no parking.
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>> we just left our car at the hotel and walk or took a cab an chased down the taxi. >> reporter: tomorrow could be busier. san francisco will host another event, the blue angels, fleet week, america's cup, giants. add to that an afternoon 9ers game, street festivals and parade. many people are take public transportation. the san francisco bay ferry tripled its seating capacity and it estimates that it will have transported 12,000 to 15,000 riders by the day's end. that's a weekend record. four to five times more than normal. and bart ridership also up 27% today compared to last saturday. ann. >> brace for tomorrow. thank you. obviously this is no ordinary weekend in san francisco and those responsible for crowd control have been preparing for a full year. it's go time for the department of emergency management gathered at this center on turk street. there were representatives from
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the fire and police departments and the red cross and public transit. >> there's no known threat against the city or any of the events this weekend. but those are things that, as public safety officials, we have it take that type of thing -- we have to take that type of thing into account. >> they set up a mobile command center to monitor radio traffic and news and a call center is set up for emergency response. so if there was a weekend when we needed good weather it was this one and we got it. roberta gonzales joins us. it was beautiful. >> the weather is vitally important for the pilots. the blue angels, right, because we have have a ceiling that is seamless for the most part. we had a deck yesterday about 1,000 feet and we were hoping we did not have to scrap any blue angels plans as far as flying is concerned and what happened? we cleared out nicely today. in fact, let's take a look at some of those high temperatures across the bay area. right now 59 in pacifica. 71 fairfield. upper 60s in san jose after a high today of 71 degrees. fleet week continues on sunday
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with highs between 60 in san francisco and 63 degrees on the other side of the bay in oakland and alameda. we'll have partly sunny conditions and cooler. and then hardly strictly bluegrass festival at golden gate park again cooler dress in layers partly sunny skies in the low 60s. whatever you may have planned your daytime highs are coming down tomorrow in comparison to today. upper 60s at the beaches, low 70s across the bay and into 73 degrees in livermore and low 70s across the santa clara valley. these temperatures again much cooler than today. and pretty uniform as an area of low pressure pushes onshore. that system will produce a chance of showers, ann, and we'll pinpoint that day you can expect to use that umbrella coming up later in this newscast. >> thank you. for all things fleet week including up-to-the-minute traffic go to our website, cbssf.com. it is officially a record- breaker at the gas pump. what experts expect from gas prices in the days ahead. >> and a rough start to the
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oakland as as play-offs get started. the change fans are hoping to see at the coliseum once the series comes back to oakland. dan hurd: when i was a child, california was a leader in education funding. erika derry: and the fact that california isn't making it a priority frustrates me. dan hurd: i'm ashamed of that, and i don't want this to continue for my daughter. brenda kealing: prop 38 is going to bring a lot of money to our schools. suzan solomon: the money stays at the school site. cade derry: what i would really like to see is that the teachers... that were laid off come back to the school. navaz hurd: a smaller class size.
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navaz hurd: as a mom i want that. as a teacher i want that. high .
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a gallon of unlead wrap. at the rate they were rising it was bound to happen. california gas prices have hit an all-time average high. a gallon of unleaded regular gas is now pricing at $4.61. that's up 12 cents from just yesterday. some stations are even charging $5 a gallon. if you have had to fill up this week, you know the feeling. >> there's nothing else i can say except it hurts a lot. i think every time we turn around we're hit with something else. >> that's quite a hike. i mean, it's not even step by step. it makes a big difference. >> the previous record of $4.60 was set back in 2008. the good news, experts say we should be close to the peak now and prices should start to fall as we head into next week. >> it is because of refinery problems and production issues certainly. but we have also seen price spikes, this is a very dramatic one. but we do know that what goes
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up does come down and often quite quickly. >> the problem is expected tow resolved fairly soon but we are not sure when we'll begin seeing a price drop. if you want to save cash, we are here it help. go to cbssf.com/gas. enter your zip code and find the cheapest gas in your neighborhood. >> it's an anticolonialism, antiimperialism, anticapitalism, antifleet week protest. >> a small group of 30 protestors in san francisco caused a big mess at samsung in california today. the group broke windows at a nearby starbucks. about 40 police officers in riot gear showed up and 22 people were arrested. meanwhile, a rally and march in downtown san francisco to mark the 11th anniversary of the war in afghanistan was uneventful. east palo alto detectives are investigating two deadly shootings that happened just three blocks apart. police say 21-year-old christopher baker was found wounded in the 2200 block of
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taraval avenue last night. a few hours later another man was found shot on azalea drive. they both died. in hercules police are investigating a possible homicide. a woman in her 50s was found dead in her home on ash court about 10:45 last night. when she didn't show up at the airport to pick up her husband, he called a neighbor to check her. that's when she was found -- the wife was found lying on the floor unresponsive. this is a photo of the victim released by her family. police say the neighbors saw what they believed to be blood. detectives say the family car was missing from the garage. it's a sky blue 2011 subaru outback with an idaho license plate. anyone with information is asked to call the hercules police. police in daly city are investigating a crash that killed a 6-year-old girl. it happened in a parking lot of saint andrew catholic church on
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south gate avenue. police say at around 9 a.m. a car slammed into three pedestrians. they were rushed to the hospital with life-threatening conditions. the little girl was later pronounced dead. the driver stayed at the scene after the crash. it has been a dream season for the oakland as but fans have one complaint. their one request before the team comes back to the coliseum. >> official sundown is at 6:46 and we're seeing the ending of this perfect day as far as weather stats are concerned. but now showers in the forecast. we'll pinpoint the day to expect it as eyewitness news continues. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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available seats just can't h the demand for playoff tick. it's the kind of problems the as must be happy with. available seats canada match the demand for play-off tickets. so fans have started an online petition to have the tarps removed from the third level of the coliseum. it would make a big difference. open up the third level and you could sell about 20,000 more tickets. the as will host the detroit tigers on wednesday and thursday. did you hear roberta say sometime next week we're going to need umbrella? does it affect the as game. >> not at all but tomorrow's as game in detroit there is a 30% chance of a rain shower with high temperatures only in the mid-50s. good evening, everybody.
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let's go ahead and take a look at our current conditions in and around our microclimates. number-wise 70 degrees at this hour in redwood city and in livermore. 66 in santa rosa. it is currently 63 degrees in san francisco. the winds have picked up out of the west. the sun is setting. official sundown 6:46. for the most part clear skies, a few clouds trying to obscure the sunset there. meanwhile with the clouds building overnight setting the stage for a partly sunny day tomorrow and much cooler day and then that extended forecast does a chance of showers in your forecast. tonight overnight, number-wise into the 40s and 50s. 40s now getting out that extra blanket. now, we do have this area of low pressure. it's a trough. and you can see it meandering right there off the california coast. and as it continues its circulation in a counterclockwise fashion, it's mixing up our marine layer and that's why we had the abundance of sunshine at the coast today while interior areas had a filter of sun and clouds. now, this is interesting. you can play along at home by
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watching the clock tick on by. you see the cloud deck build back up again as that area of low pressure gets closer and closer to the bay area. so we will wake up on the gray side tomorrow especially coastside and bayside but then it clears out and we'll have a westerly wind 10 to 20. more of an onshore push so we have it bring down the temperatures but what does that mean for tomorrow's rock and roll half marathon? 40- to 50,000 people expected to pound the pavement in downtown san jose. 59 degrees at 8 a.m. for that stamp meanwhile your forecast, we're talking 50s at the beaches, 60s around the peninsula, 60s and 70s common around the santa clara valley back in through morgan hill. east of the bay 75 degrees the outside number. north of the bay napa low 70s. 72 degrees in novato. upper 50s in bodega bay. the extended forecast, we have a chance of a shower on monday and tuesday. and then cloud cover on wednesday. and then we'll see more seasonal conditions by the end of the workweek. s by the end
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okay. burn, my swinging as they weren't hut -- vern, my swing as, they weren't hitting it at all today. >> the long ball wasn't there for the green and gold. hey, ahead, the boys of summer the post-season business in the fall. we have the story of one bay area baseball team. roberta's boys. the as actually held a lead in detroit but after that, well, we'll break it down for you. ,,,,,,,,
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a's and tigers alds game-1 n the books... justin verlander warming upn baseball play-offs up top giants under way. game one is in the books. justin verlander warming up for the bullpen and boy, first batter of the game, coco crisp. that's the first as leadoff post-season home run, roberta, since rickey henderson in 1989. it was 1-0. tied at one in the third, oh-oh! the hiccups. parker bobbles it away. tigers lead 2-1 after a runner scores. it got worse as alex stepped to the plate and sent it back away and gone in the fifth to make it 3-1. parker 5-6... 6 1/3, three runs, couple earned. but verlander was the king. 7 innings, 11 strikeouts, as struck out 14 times. the as could have tied it here in the 8th.
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brandon moss to the deepest part of the warning track. another bite of that pre-game meal and it would have been out of there. as lose game one 3-1. meantime, at third and king streets, the reds and giants are scoreless but here's the story. reds starter johnny cueto their 19-game winner injured in the very 1st inning with one out. the reds have somebody coming in on emergency duty to warm up and fill in but boy, that's bad news for the reds and maybe good for the giants. >> hm. >> one quick american league note. terry francona late this afternoon named skipper of the cleveland indians. college football with the local variety. cal hosts ucla later on. stanford and arizona in the books. two people's over 1200 yards of total offense. how would they respond to the loss last week to washington? opening drive, nunes to zach ertz in fact end zone. stanford up 7-0. down 10-7 at the half. less than three minutes left,
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nunes to toilolo, cards up by 1. stanford again down late in the third, kelsey young not going to stop until he hits the end zone. takes it to the house 55 yards. stanford a one-point lead. arizona comes back. they score a couple of times. there is a jump ball caught by terrence miller. arizona led by 7, 48-41. stanford another comeback. they get to within 7. and then nunes a fourth down pass to ertz at the four yard line. that was important. under a minute left nunes with the touchdown to tie the game. they went to overtime. in that extra period, defense needed to make a big stop and they got it. chase thomas comes down with that pick. and stanford would turn that into points in the form of
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speedster back stepfan taylor up the gut and weaves in 2 -- 21 yards. stanford wins 54-48. a huge shutout. let's go to the big national matchup of the day. number 10 florida trailed at home. mike mike.gilleslie with one of his two touchdowns for the afternoon. you saw one. how about some insurance? a little later on, he had 146 yards on the ground. it's the gators winning at the swamp 14-6. a grandaddy of them all when it comes to high school matchup. and last night at kezar stadium, bruce mahoney gained the football version, saint ignatius, sacred hard on defense trying to stop the wildcats. matt emery did the dirty work boles over defenders. saint ignatius 4-1 for the year wins 35-21. this is the best of three
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series. they had football last night. then they will have basketball between the two then baseball. that completes the trifecta of the bruce mahoney series. >> i can't believe you got everything in. >> there was a lot of sports going on. >> just give me the mic, open it up and watch me go. >> and the as need to regroup. >> roberta's as. >> 9 a.m. tomorrow they will get it going into detroit. they must respond because they don't want game 3 on tuesday down 0-2. >> everybody is talking about the injured reds pitcher after eight pitches he injured himself. >> yes. >> so all righty. >> i don't think the giants feel sorry for them. >> the fans were cheering. >> no, not cool. >> all right. that's it for eyewitness news at 6:30. we'll see you on the cw at 10:00 and 11:00 here on cbs 5. until then, our news is on cbssf.com. have a good night. captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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